We are sad to announce the passing of Howard Whitney, born 4 October 1922 in Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada, died 14 August 2009 St. George, Washington, Utah. Howard is married to Ellice Henrie also of St. George. Their children are Ralph Grant Whitney who died in 2002, Lucile, Kent Howard, Kim Henrie, Elyce, Joel William, […]
Report of Whitney-Nay Family History Over the Past 3 Years (what we know and can remember) Given at REW Reunion on April 11, 2009 1. Nadine Rolfson and her daughter located Ormus Bates Nay’s grave in Arizona and marked it with a headstone (assisted by other family members including Bert Whitney). 2. Established a family […]
Hi Family, if you would like to take a look at the reunion pictures, you can see them at this website: http://picasaweb.google.com/beth.breinholt/WhitneyPockets2009?feat=directlink Just copy the link, paste it in your browser and enjoy!
I wrote this April 12, 2009: Yesterday and Friday we had the R E. Whitney reunion, which is the first one we’ve had in a long time. When I originally set the date and place, I had a few concerns about it, and so did others. It was over part of the Easter weekend, and […]
Oh my goodness, what a great time I had at the Easter reunion at Whitney Pockets! I had hoped for no rain to fall on us, but that was not the case. Looking back, I wonder if I needed that rain to keep my feet on the ground. I seemed to float through the 2 […]
“Learning the lessons of the past allows you to walk boldly in the light without running the risk of stumbling in the darkness. This is the way it’s supposed to work. This is God’s plan: father and mother, grandfather and grandmother teaching their children; children learning from them and then becoming a more righteous generation […]
I don’t know how he does it, but I send out my stuff and Jake finds time to post the newly transcribed histories. I really appreciate all he does to keep this site (and several others) going. I also appreciate his sweet wife Reagan for being so patient with him while he does all the […]
The written history of Ralph Emanuel Whitney, as well as that of his son Bert N. Whitney are now available for viewing online.
“The Nay Family in Utah and the West” is now available for online viewing and as a downloadable PDFs. Note, the end note links are not correctly defined, yet. So they are currently all posted at the end of their respective chapters. Eventually we will create at TOC and link up all of the end […]
We have received many requests for the previously published book, John Nay in Utah and the West. We are working on putting those files on this site for whoever would like to download them.